automobilism

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automobilism

(ˌɔːtəʊˈməʊbɪˌlɪzəm) or

automobility

n
the use of automobiles, or the practices associated with them

automobilism

the use or care of automobiles. — automobilist, n.automobility, n.
See also: Automation
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LA Auto Show and AutoMobility LA president, Lisa Kaz said, 'WayRay has stood out amongst some extremely distinguished competitors and we are very happy to announce them as the winner of our 2017 Top Ten Automotive Startups Competition.
Microsoft is making efforts to solve mobility challenges and bring government bodies, private companies and automotive OEMs together, using Microsoft's intelligent cloud platform," said Sam George Director - Azure IoT, Microsoft while addressing Automobility LA 2017 in Los Angeles, California.
The NAB has teamed up with the GENIVI Alliance , a collaborative community of automakers and their suppliers developing open software for in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) and the connected car, and NAB representatives are on the floor as part of the GENIVI Showcase at AutoMobility LA 2017 --taking place through Nov.
Delivering worldwide media exposure, global industry networking and experiential marketing, AutoMobility LA (Formerly Press and Trade Days) draw more than 25,000 auto industry decision makers and influencers including 4,400 media from more than 58 countries.
The Los Angeles Auto Show (LA Auto Show) and AutoMobility LA today announced the finalists for its 2017 Top Ten Automotive Startups Competition (Top Ten) presented by Magna International, Inc.
Urban transport entropies in the metropolitan area of guadalajara: automobility and air quality
A historian and a historical geographer combine skills to provide a new perspective on roadhouses in Britain from 1925 to 1955, focusing on the themes of transgression, class, automobility, illegal drinking, dancing, and illicit sexual conduct.
Where North America's earlier industrial capitalist settler discourse put to work tropes of mechanization, automobility, space travel, and, most recently, digital communication to account for changes to human experience in terms of the speed at which something could--and, often, should--be done, such tropes are becoming almost quaintly anachronistic in the face not only of technologies of speed but of the mass of what is moved at those speeds.
Instead, what guides this study is the notion of "non-representational theory," which values "non-theorized everyday practices" rather than their academic representations (11), and according to which automobility is conceived, first and foremost, as "an enlivened bodily experience" (83).
According to Huber (2013), the post-World War II United States would come to be defined by automobility and oil consumption, enabling what he terms "entrepreneurial life".
Reading On the Road through the lens of the ethic of the superhighway, which above all valued efficiency, conquest, and productivity, I argue that Kerouac's depiction of pre-superhighway automobility seeks to create new forms of community, articulates a relationship to the natural world that opposes the frontier myth's reliance on conquest, and clarifies Kerouac's critique of postwar consumerism and conformity.
17 May 2016 - US-based automotive consumer show operator ANSA Productions is combining the firm's LA Auto Show Press and Trade Days with its four-year-old auto-tech conference, Connected Car Expo, to form the four-day pre-show event, AutoMobility LA, the company said.